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Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman John Paul Mac Isaac’s Home ‘Swatted’

via CBS Sunday Morning
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Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac, who was in possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop, reported that his home was “swatted,” a dangerous hoax involving a fake emergency call to prompt a police response.

This incident is part of a series of politically motivated swattings, affecting figures from both parties.

“My home was swatted tonight,” Mac Isaac wrote on X. (Trending: Obama Judge Issues Shock Ruling Against Democrats)

“I was not home but the outstanding men and women of the Wilmington (Police Department) responded quickly and professionally. All that was achieved was the wasted time of the Wilmington PD.”

“NOTHING, let me repeat that, NOTHING will take me out of this fight!” he added.

The practice has resulted in casualties and has become increasingly dangerous.

The FBI has recognized the seriousness of swatting and has taken steps to address it, including creating a national online database of swatting incidents to monitor and combat this national problem.

“We’re taking every step to monitor this national problem and help however we can,” FBI Chief Scott Schubert said.

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